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MISSION: CATCH supports pediatricians to collaborate within their communities so that all children have access to needed health services and a medical home.

PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS, CATCH WANTS YOU
The CATCH Program is seeking applicants for the position of District Resident CATCH Liaison for upcoming vacancies in Districts I, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and IX. The suggested term for this position is 2 years, starting in June. Liaisons promote CATCH within their districts, score resident grant applications twice a year, respond to inquiries from potential applicants, and maintain contact with resident grantees. The position is a great way to develop your skills as a leader and learn more about community pediatrics. Deadline is May 1, 2014. More information is at AAP Community-based Initiatives Leadership Positions Available

CATCH FEATURED IN PEDIATRICS: The Influence of Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Program on Community Pediatrics (Pediatrics, Vol. 133 No. 1 January 1, 2014)


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CATCH IN THE NEWS:
CATCH Program Marks Two Decades of Bridging Gaps in Health Care (AAP News, Vol.34 No. 12 December 2013)

CATCH FACILITATORS: Each AAP Chapter has at least one Chapter CATCH Facilitator, and each District has a District CATCH Facilitator and a Resident CATCH Liaison. Additionally, two National Resident CATCH Liaisons are selected by the Section on Medical Students, Residents and Fellowship Trainees.

These individuals are available to:

  • Provide assistance to applicants and grantees
  • Review and score CATCH grant applications
  • Assist projects in linking to local resources
  • Promote CATCH projects in their community


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Dr. Alejandro Clavier MD, FAAP showcases his CATCH oral health project and chats about what it takes to do community work.

Alejandro Clavier




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